GENEVA – It’s too soon to pass judgement on the effectiveness of Ford Motor Co.’s “revitalization” plan, but there are favorable omens, says Bill Ford Jr., the auto maker’s chairman and CEO. “I’d like to think that the worst is behind us,” he tells reporters at the Geneva International Motor Show, adding it could be two years before the strategy’s full impact is known. “Some things, hopefully, won’t be replicated again. Like Firestone. … I also think our quality is getting better.” But ...
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